Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Department of

The Queen's University Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation provides local and regional clinical rehabilitation programs (outpatient and inpatient), undergraduate Health Sciences training, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons accredited Postgraduate training, and relevant clinically based research programs.

The department was founded in 1966 on the initiative of Harry Botterell, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine. It originally conducted its clinical and teaching work in a 28-bed rehabilitation unit in the Kingston General Hospital, where the Fraser Armstrong building now stands.

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